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'Every man his own physician.'The vegetable family physician? containing a description of the roots and herbs common to this country, with their medicinal properties and uses? also directions for the treatment of the diseases incident to human nature, by vegetables alone; embracing many valuable Indian recipes.By Samuel B. Emmons. (1836)

Author: Emmons, Samuel Bulfinch.
Subject: Medicine, Botanic
Publisher: Boston, G.P. Oakes,
Possible copyright status: Permission to digitize granted by rights holder
Language: English
Digitizing sponsor: Missouri Botanical Garden
Book contributor: Missouri Botanical Garden
Collection: botanicus; biodiversity

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